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  1. 1988-01-01 This book is intended to be a visual dictionary of the plants usually seen when one visits a tropical rea in the United States or elsewhere in the world.
  2. 1960-01-01 This book contains pictures of the flowers arranged alphabetically in the first part of the book then flowering trees in the second half. All pictures are accompanied with plant names and descriptions. 64 pages, photos
  3. This booklet is designed to help people identify which plants are best suited for specific tropical sub climates. Each section describes the uses, methods of cultivation, advantages, and disadvantages of five of the best plants for that region. In English and Spanish No page numbers
  4. 1955-01-01 This is a publication based on the Caribbean Gardens that were established in Naples. It has photos and descriptions of plants in the gardens. 54 pages, photos
  5. In assembling this collection of flowers, selection has been determined by those thought to bethe most likely visible to visitors to the tropical Pacific, by their special use in foreign lands, or by factors of interest.
  6. In the pages of this book you will learn about the tropical trees which seem to create unusual interest to the traveler. The unique trees, the trees you have heard about from school days, the trees that serve mankind by providing medicines, spices, fine furniture, food, have been selected for...
  7. 2017-01-20 This book is intended as a jumping-off point for creating your own local cuisine based upon what you are growing in your humid subtropical multistory homegarden. It is designed not as a book of recipes, but as a book of tools to allow you to make delicious food using the staple crops and other...
  8. The main purpose of this report is to review the status of the types of triticale developed at the Centro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo (CIMMYT) as food crops for use in developing nations. A secondary purpose is to reintroduce triticale to the research community outside the Third...
  9. Each chapter begins with an introduction to the particular properties of the plant group, giving an overview on the economics, production trends, nutritional aspects, chemistry, and technological features. Only the major crops could be treated in detail. With regard to these, we sought to cover...
  10. This paper presents evidence that substantial progress has been made during the past decade in breeding varieties of tomatoes, potatoes, and Chinese cabbage that are tolerant to high temperatures and product satisfacory yieldsin the humid lowland tropics.